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  1. Caving friend of mine took this incredible trilobite photo
  2. Bradley Flynn

    Tibia identification

    This is a cave find I can't place. I think its a partial tibia, but from what family? The identification of this bone could help me with the time-line of the cave. Thanks
  3. Hi, Even in this hard times of corona virus outbreak I couldn't resist the urge to visit again a cave that I found a few weeks ago, but couldn't explore it fully. So I went again and this last time I went in the cave I found a great number of bones scattered around the cave. I think they are probably modern, but it is weird because the cave isn't very easily accessible for animals since it has a few big drops. I found this tooth in a small ,,room,, which was barely big enough to squeeze in to. In that same place there were a small broken skull and many bones, but this is just one o
  4. bericson

    Please Help ID

    I found a cave recently, located about 30 feet above a creek on a hillside. Inside the cave I found a chunk of sediment, hardened into a sort of conglomerate. I split open the rock and inside found this. I have no idea what it is, thinking maybe a seed of some sort. Also in the conglomerate were crinoids and clam shell fossils, so this stuff seems old to me. I am located in central Missouri, USA and would really appreciate your help in identifying what this is. It is just over 1 inch in length (25.4 mm) and about 1/4 inch thickness (6.35 mm). On one side, there is a sort of indention that stil
  5. kevin petrone

    Moroccan Shark teeth ID 2

    Hi who can help me tell me what types of shark teeth they are?
  6. Good evening, I was hoping to get an ID on this tooth I found in a karst region of Travis county, Texas. The tooth was found about 10 feet below surface (Jollyville formation) . About three miles away is a famous cave known as Fyllan cave, which has produced a diverse fauna that includes, reptiles, amphibians, fish, birds, and mammals from the mid Pleistocene. Thanks!
  7. Hi there I recently purchased a cave bear paw and arm. It unfortunately cracked almost clean thru along a pin at the end of the humerus and a few piece broke off the head of the humerus. The seller said to use super glue for the repair. I am a total amateur. Is this the best thing to use? Any recommendations on how repair or what to use. If you recommend something other that super glue please let me know if it's something I can buy online Thanks!
  8. Eben

    Cave find

    How could I find out what this is? I found in a cave along with some other items in TN.
  9. will stevenson

    Cave bear teeth and shark spine?

    Hi guys unfortunately I have no info on these but I was hoping you guys could give some generic info on these pieces (also cave bear toe bone?)
  10. cavemanfl

    In Colombia

    I'm currently in Colombia but back in the city after a caving expedition. But of course I'm always looking for fossils too. He is a little teaser from the trip. More pics to come later.
  11. Darko

    Any help?

    I found also this deep in the Cave where i Hunter yesterday..It's a vertbrae and a part of another one.Can anyone help me? Darko
  12. I am looking for an attractive woolly rhino cave painting image, either a diagram or photograph. I want to print it 8x10 so it should have decent resolution, and I need to be free to legally reproduce it for personal use. I would like to use it for a fossil display background. Can anyone help? I already found the one below, but would like a better one if possible.
  13. Vaisey

    Unknown cave fossil

    In situ fossil (?) in roof of the UK cave. Carboniferous limestone. Anyone know what this might be. its around 18 inches in diameter. thanks
  14. Paciphacops

    Jaguar bone?

    This bone was found a few years ago in a large Tennessee cave. The location was about a mile from the only entrance. Someone had removed it from it's original location, and placed it on a rock next to the trail. The ends looked freshly broken, so I looked for hours trying to find the original location, just in case the ends were present, which would make identification much easier. No other bones were found, and this is the only large, ancient bone ever found in the deeper parts of the cave. I removed it from the cave (with permission), in hopes I could learn more about it. In a c
  15. Napoleon North

    Fossil bone?

    Hi Is it fossil bone ? Location: Twardowski cave,Kraków , Southern Poland
  16. Napoleon North

    CLAW PRINT IN CAVE FOSSIL?

    Hi Is this maybe claw print in the cave rock? Age:? Location : Twardowski Cave, Kraków , Southern Poland Size: near 3,5 cm
  17. Napoleon North

    fossil bone in cave piece?

    Hi Is this small fossil bone piece? Location: Twardowski Cave, Krków,Southern Poland
  18. Napoleon North

    fossil wood?

    Hi It is fossil wood piece? Location: Twardowski Cave, Kraków ,Southern Poland
  19. How VR Helped Archaeologists Excavate a Fossil-Rich Submerged Cave NOVA, Evan Hadingham, Feb 8, 2018 http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/tech/how-vr-helped-archaeologists-excavate-a-fossil-rich-submerged-cave/ A apper is: Collins, S.V., Reinhardt, E.G., Rissolo, D., Chatters, J.C., Blank, A.N. and Erreguerena, P.L., 2015. Reconstructing water level in Hoyo , Quintana Roo, Mexico, implications for early Paleoamerican and faunal access. Quaternary Science Reviews, 124, pp. 68-83. http://www.academia.edu/19358907/Reconstructing_water_level_in_H
  20. Napoleon North

    bird bone?

    Is this bird bone? Is this subfossil?
  21. Napoleon North

    2 bone (not fossil?)

    It is fossil? Location:Small Cave, Zakrzówek , Kraków ,Southern Poland I have a question what could have left the marrow from one of these bones?
  22. Napoleon North

    Bone cave

    Hi Whats is bone animal it? Location: Twardowski Cave, Kraków ,Southern Poland. The bone has no smell
  23. Napoleon North

    cave vetebra?

    Hi What is animal bone it? Location: Twardowski Cave , Kraków, Southern Poland
  24. Napoleon North

    2 tooth in cave

    Hi Is this fossil? Is this wolf tooth? Location: Twardowski Cave , Kraków , Southern Poland
  25. Napoleon North

    cave bone

    Hi Is it animal bone and what is its age? Location: Twardowski cave , Kraków ,Southern Poland
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